Welcome TO THE GARNER-HAYFIELD-VENTURA
school nutrition program!
Lunch Menu Changes (due to Jan. 15 snow day):
CLASSROOM TREATS AT G-H-V are now available via online ordering through our School Nutrition Program!
DID YOU KNOW?
Kiwi was named after the Kiwi bird because both have fuzzy brown skin.
Kiwi fruits are usually eaten raw. They can be eaten whole or cut into quarters like an orange. Another way to eat them is to cut them in half and scoop out the flesh with a spoon. Add slices to fruit salads, salsa or cereal.
SCHOOL NUTRITION HELP WANTED
Do you (or someone you know) who.......
Likes to work with kids?
Enjoys a fast-paced, team oriented work environment?
Wants a part-time job, Monday through Friday?
Likes to be home when the kids are home?
Likes nights, weekends, holidays and summers off?
Then we have the job for you! The GHV School Nutrition Program is currently accepting applications for BREAKFAST AND/OR LUNCH SERVICE AND SCANNER positions.
Learn more about our employment opportunities here.
Kick-Start Your Day With Breakfast!
Roughly 10% of the population - or 31 million Americans - skip breakfast every day.
A good breakfast fuels you up and gets you ready for the day. In general, kids and teens who eat breakfast have more energy, do better in school, and eat healthier throughout the day than those who skip this important meals.
Without breakfast, people can get irritable, restless, and tired. Students who skip this important meal have trouble focusing and increased behavior problems. So make time for breakfast - for you and your kids!
Good nutrition and learning go hand in hand.
Children need healthy meals for effective learning. The Garner-Hayfield-Ventura Community School District offers healthy foods each and every school day. Our school nutrition department is made up of a great team of nutrition professionals that are dedicated to providing nutritious meals that support our students' health, well-being and ability to learn.
All meals, foods and beverages sold or served at our schools meet state and federal requirements which are based on the USDA Child Nutrition Guidelines.
To learn more about the USDA's Nutrition Standards for School Meals, please follow this link.